Currently, at least 22 fatalities counted after a bridge near the Italian port city of Genoa has collapsed.‘I come there for years and every time we are over that bridge, I keep my heart fixed, ” says Erik of het Nieuwsblad Online. “It was not her or we were on that bridge driven’, according to the Flemish Jenney who is currently on holiday.
For reason still unknown Tuesday shortly before noon, the Morandi bridge collapsed. “I’ll be there for years’, says the Flemish entrepreneur Erik Wood at The Nieuwbslad,” and each time we across that bridge have to go, I keep my heart fixed. Those big metal poles… terrible, that are completely rusted. The screws that often come together to keep, put half out and sit fully in the rust.’
Erik reed at the end of June is still on the bridge. “It is now a tradition that we have our holiday shutdown in Portofino. That is the Monaco of Italy and there is the infrastructure in tip-top order, but to get there… every year I drive 35,000 miles for my job, but as it was a bit annoying… that you can see anywhere in Europe. The bridge creaks even when you drive over them.’
“Normally, today passed’
The Flemish Jerney is currently on holiday in Genoa. ‘We had planned to go to a water park to go to, and to get there you must cross the bridge. Fortunately, we have our plans need to change due to bad weather. Otherwise we would have had across that bridge to drive’, it sounds.